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She next starred in the action drama Jigar (1992), followed by the romantic drama Anari (1993), both of which emerged as box office hits and among the highest-grossing films of their respective years.Jigar marked Kapoor's first of several collaborations with Ajay Devgan, while Anari featured her in the leading role of Rajnandini, a princess who falls in love with her poor servant (played by Daggubati Venkatesh).
Kapoor's fifth and final release of 1997 was Yash Chopra's musical romantic drama Dil To Pagal Hai.
Although the film underperformed at the box office, it developed a significant cult following over the years since its release.
Kapoor's final two releases of the year were the action drama Suhaag (alongside Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar and Nagma) and the comedy-drama Gopi Kishan (alongside Suniel Shetty and Shilpa Shirodkar), both of which were critically and commercially successful. Other newcomers were praised for every little achievement, but I was not given an iota of acknowledgement.
In 1994, Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them — Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.
Her first hit that year was David Dhawan's comedy film Raja Babu, opposite Govinda, in which she played Madhubala, an educated arrogant girl who calls off her engagement upon discovering her fiancée's illiteracy.